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Postcard featuring Herr Drosselmeyer's Doll an original portrait by Phantoms Siren. This piece was inspired by the Abney Park song of the same name and was created for the Airship Pirates roleplaying game.
The text is German and translates as Machines/Automata for Adult Entertainment.
"Gentlemen, this fallen angel is the illegitimate daughter of art and science. A modern marvel of engineering, clockworks elevated to the very natural process which even now sets your blood racing and your eyes flashing at such irreproachable beauty. Here is Gaia, here is Eve, here is Lilith, and I stand before you as her father. Sprung fully-formed from my brow, dewy and sweet; she can be yours and yours again, for her flesh is the incorruptible pale--the excuse from the wages of sin!" ~ Abney Park
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